Prince Louis cheekily blew out his sister’s candle at Kate’s annual Christmas carol concert, which has left his royal siblings in stitches.
The cheeky prince, five, watched his mother, the Princess of Wales, host the special festive service at Westminster Abbey today.
Princess Charlotte of Wales, Prince Louis of Wales and Prince George of Wales posted letters to other children before The ‘Together At Christmas’ Carol Service.
The trio made a beeline for the bright red letterbox that had been placed outside.
It had been put there at Kate’s request so that members of the congregation could post handmade Christmas cards and letters to children less fortunate than themselves.
But after the service, the mischievous royal blew out Charlotte’s candle as their mother Kate laughed.
He was pictured puffing his cheeks in an attempt to extinguish his older sister’s candle, as she smiled.
Prince Louis cheekily blew out his sister’s candle at Kate’s Christmas carol concert, which has left his royal siblings in stitches
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis walk inside Westminster Abbey holding candles
Prince Louis was dressed in a chequered shirt with a smart navy coat and Chelsea boots
Prince Louis, five, is pictured holding onto Kate’s jacket as he holds a lit candle inside the Abbey for the service
Prince Louis was dressed in a chequered shirt with a smart navy coat and Chelsea boots whilst Princess Charlotte donned a maroon jacket, paired with polished black shoes.
Prince George looked dapper in a white striped shirt, black blazer and a tie.
The service, supported by The Royal Foundation, honoured those who work to support babies, young children and families in communities across the UK.
However, this is not the first time the youngest of the Wales’s children has stolen the show.
The fourth in line to the throne has become the centre of attention on several occasions when at royal outings.
When he took part in Trooping the Colour this year, the young royal had all eyes on him as he covered his nose and mouth in what is thought to be disgust, after he caught a whiff of horse poo.
On the Coronation, Prince Louis melted hearts once again at Westminster Abbey as he was spotted cheering for his grandfather, King Charles, exclaiming: ‘Yaaaay Say king. Yaaaay king,’ lip reading expert Jacqui Press told Femail at the time.
However, the royal did not attend the Coronation concert as he was past his bedtime, this did not stop him from gaining attention online as fans of The Firm wondered where he was.
Just days after the big event, he then got behind the controls of a JCB digger, as he sat on Prince William’s lap whilst he moved the mechanical arm.
Many may remember when he covered his ears and appeared to scream next to the late Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, due to the planes flying past.